Tag: New York
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New York District announced completion of the emergency restoration of the Atlantic Ocean’s Gilgo Feeder Beach in the Town of Babylon, Long Island, to restore coastal storm risk reduction measures that reduce the risk of barrier island breaches and protect critical infrastructure.
Passero staff are involved in numerous community organizations and are currently serving on several Boards of Directors for professional organizations, local institutions and non-profit agencies.
Shutting down the Hudson River Tunnels to repair the damage caused by Superstorm Sandy without having new tunnels already built would have far-reaching consequences across many sectors of the regional and national economy, according to a new report by Regional Plan Association and Arup.
AECOM released its second annual global infrastructure report, The Future of Infrastructure: Voice of the People, which captures data and opinions from 10,000 residents across 10 major global cities.
Dresdner Robin completes engineering work on $25 million Baldor Specialty Foods headquarters expansion
Dresdner Robin completed its engineering and general design work on a $25 million, 110,000-square-foot expansion of the Baldor Specialty Foods headquarters, storage, and distribution facility in Hunts Point, N.Y.
After decades of searching for high-quality, affordable water, New Windsor, N.Y., is now sourcing water from its own system for its 23,000 residents and those of the neighboring town of Newburgh, N.Y., which lost its Delaware Aqueduct source due to tunnel construction under the Hudson River.
Two winning proposals from the Reimagine the Canals Competition have been selected, including a proposal to build new neighborhoods along the Erie Canal, as well as a multi-day festival that would highlight the Canal and New York's booming craft-beverage industry.
The Long Island Rail Road broke ground on the historic Third Track. The $2.6 billion expansion effort includes 50 projects to modernize 9.8 miles along the congested Main Line of the LIRR between Floral Park and Hicksville.
McLaren Engineering Group announced completion of its design work on The Corning Museum of Glass’ GlassBarge. The firm’s marine and entertainment divisions collaborated to transform a standard barge into a floating entertainment vessel